November 1, 2012

Free Tutorials Can Teach You Anything

Sarah Purewal, TechHive


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Let's be honest: We all spend a fairly significant portion of our time online checking out videos of skateboarding accidents, kittens cuddling, and movie previews. So, if you’re going to spend your free time watching video clips on the Internet anyway, why not learn something at the same time? You can learn just about anything on the Internet these days, thanks to the broad availability of short, free, online video tutorials.

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